Nearly 20 years after they first drafted him out of high school, the Minnesota Timberwolves reunited with Kevin Garnett in 2015. The Big Ticket made his return to bolster the Wolves’ frontline and to provide veteran leadership for a youthful team that’s yet to taste playoff success since KG’s first stint in Minnesota. The dazzling Ricky Rubio will act as playmaker once again this season and he’ll have plenty of options on the floor, from the sharpshooting Kevin Martin to superstar-in-the-making Andrew Wiggins. With Nikola Pekovic anchoring the paint, there’s no telling how far these Minnesota Timberwolves can go in this year’s Western Conference. You can follow all the action live with Minnesota Timberwolves tickets for Target Center, on sale now! Get in the game with Razorgator!
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Fresh faces Andrew Wiggins and Karl-Anthony Towns are starting to turn the T-Wolves around, and they’ll need to bring their A-games when they face off with the Spurs (3/8), Warriors (3/21) and Clippers (3/30) on their home floor. Get your discount seats at the Target Center, always on sale with Razorgator—tickets for Spurs-Wolves are going for just $17 if you order soon!
Minnesota Timberwolves 2015-2016 News and Updates
2/10/16 - At the end of January, the Minnesota Timberwolves experienced a rough patch, losing five consecutive games. However, when February began, the Timberwolves pulled out of the treacherous slump and accomplished two wins in a row. Since then, things have been going pretty well for the T-Wolves. Their last game against the Toronto Raptors ended with a 117-112 win for the Minnesota team. Thanks to their impressive offense in the first half, the Timberwolves were able to hold off the Raptors and bring home the big W. Get your tickets today to see the Timberwolves take on the Memphis Grizzlies on February 19. Tickets are still available and start at $5 each.
2/3/16 - The Minnesota Timberwolves have managed to bring their five-game losing streak to a close. During their final match in the current away series, they were able to beat the Los Angeles Clippers out. After being tied at the end of the first quarter and two points behind at the half, the Timberwolves won with a final score of 108-102. This brings their season record to 15-36. From here, the Timberwolves have plenty of matchups on their own field, which means they are in the perfect position to start a winning streak. First up, they will be hosting the Chicago Bulls on February 6th. Tickets are available starting as low as $51.
1/27/16 - The Minnesota Timberwolves beat the Grizzlies on January 23. The Grizzlies controlled the first quarter, but the Timberwolves dominated in the second, outscoring the Grizzlies 37-21 to go into halftime ahead. They were able to hold onto the lead during the second half to take the victory. Shabazz Muhammad led the team with 25 points, and Ricky Rubio helped out with 15 points and also had 12 assists and six rebounds. The TImberwolves could not capitalize on the win and lost their next two outings. They will look to add another win to their record when they play the Jazz on January 29. You can still get tickets for prices starting at $15.
1/20/16 - The Minnesota Timberwolves beat the Suns on January 17, finally ending their nine game losing streak. Andrew Wiggins and Ricky Rubio led the team with 18 points a piece, and Karl-Anthony Towns added 14 points and eight rebounds. Unfortunately, the Timberwolves were unable to turn this victory into a trend and lost the next two games. Their latest loss happened in overtime against the Mavericks. The Timberwolves led several times during the back-and-forth game that had fans hoping for antoher victory. However, it ultimately went to the Mavericks in overtime when they outscored the Timberwolves 17-5. The Timberwolves next play the Grizzlies on the 23. You can still get tickets for prices starting at just $10.
1/13/16 - The Minnesota Timberwolves find themselves in a season-worst eight game losing streak. Despite their current losing trend, the team never gives up. Their latest loss came against the Rockets, with a final score of 107-104. The Timberwolves continued to battle throughout the game, and had a chance to tie right at the buzzer. However, Kevin Martin, who had just scored a layup to get the team within three points, missed a 3-pointer attempt. Andrew Wiggins led the team in scoring with 28 points, and Karl-Anthony Towns added 12 points and grabbed 16 rebounds. The Timberwolves will look to break this losing streak when they play the Thunder on January 15, and tickets are available starting at $17.
1/6/16 - he Minnesota Timberwolves continue to struggle. They are now up to four consecutive losses. Things have been rough for the Timberwolves, but they are now returning to Minnesota for a nice, long series of home games. Unfortunately, they were unable to pull off a victory in the first game of this series, taking a slim four-point loss from the Denver Nuggets on January 6th. The final score came to 78-74. Next up, the Timberwolves will be taking on the Cleveland Cavaliers on the 8th. Fans are hopeful that they will finally put an end their short losing streak. Tickets are available starting at $51. Come cheer the Timberwolves to victory.
12/30/15 - One last opportunity to wrap up 2015 with a win awaits the Minnesota Timberwolves, who will face off with the Utah Jazz at home on Dec. 30th. The young Wolves have dropped four straight in a tough stretch which included the Pacers, Celtics and two dates with the mighty San Antonio Spurs. Rookie Karl Anthony-Towns has been a force for Minny through the first third of the NBA season, but he will need a little more help if the T-Wolves are to climb back into the Western Conference playoff conversation. Minnesota plays host for the Milwaukee Bucks on January 2 at the Target Center—get your tickets right now from $17 and up!
12/21/15 - The Minnesota Timberwolves went on an unfortunate four-game losing streak to start off the month of December. Luckily, that has come to a close and they have won their last two games in a row. Karl-Anthony Towns, who plays for the Timberwolves, was excited to hit the road to play against the Brooklyn Nets on December 20 and head back to some of his roots. He performed well in the Brooklyn arena, scoring 24 points and grabbing 10 rebounds for the Timberwolves. His contribution to the game led the Timberwolves to a 100-85 over the Nets. Watch them play live for another away game against the Boston Celtics on December 21. Tickets start at $28 each.
12/16/15 - The Timberwolves may be the only team in the NBA that can score more than 100 points in four consecutive matches and not earn a single win. They just ended their losing streak last week, but they were not able to maintain their momentum and are back on a losing streak. The good news is that the Timberwolves are not letting up one bit. If they could put together a stronger defense, they would be completely unstoppable. The Timberwolves are preparing for back-to-back away matches, but they will return on December 23rd to host the San Antonio Spurs. Tickets are still available starting as low as $19. Come show your Timberwolves support.
12/9/15 - The Minnesota Timberwolves broke their four game losing streak with a 123-122 win in overtime against the Lakers on December 9. The Lakers had a run in the final seconds of play that pushed the game into overtime, but the Timberwolves held on to win. Kevin Martin led the team with 37 points, and Karl-Anthony Towns helped out with 26 points. Fans and teammates were happy to see Martin back on form, who has been shooting just 31 percent in the past 15 games, one of the longest slumps of his career. The Timberwolves next play the Nuggets in Denver on December 11, with tickets still available for prices starting at $95.
12/2/15 - It seems as if the Minnesota Timberwolves have been in the rebuilding stages of their team for years on end. The progress is going slowly and there have been expectations that wins would be coming easier at this point. Unfortunately, that hasn’t been the case as of late. On December 1, the Timberwolves took on the Orlando Magic for a nail-biting game. The Magic had a handful of players that all scored in the upper teens and they were aggressive on the board, which gave them the 96-93 victory over the Timberwolves. Cheer the Timberwolves on to a win during their next live game against the Trail Blazers on December 5. Tickets are still available.
11/25/15 - The Minnesota Timberwolves added another loss to their record when they played the Pistons on November 20. The Timberwolves pushed hard at the end to try to change their fate, but the Pistons had two drives in the final minutes of play that retained their lead. Andrew Wiggins led the team with 21 points, while Karl-Anthony Towns helped out with 18 points. Despite playing well on the road, the Timberwolves have yet to win at home this season. They host the 76ers on the 23, and fans still have a chance to grab tickets to see if the Timberwolves can finally get a win at home for prices that start at just $8.
11/18/15 - The Minnesota Timberwolves seemed to be losing heat when they went on a four-game losing streak during the month of November. Luckily, they have been able to recover when they beat the Miami Heat on November 17. Wednesday night the Timberwolves took on the Orlando Magic to prove they had their confidence back. It looked as if the Timberwolves had it in the bag, until the Magic had an incredible second half that took both teams into overtime. Unfortunately, the Timberwolves weren’t able to hold off the Magic any longer and lost by a mere three points. Get tickets to catch all of the action live when they face off against the Detroit Pistons on November 20.
11/11/15 - The Minnesota Timberwolves will look to snap their four game losing streak when they play the Heat on November 17. Prior to the losses, they had two wins, one against the Bulls that came in overtime and one against the Hawks. In overtime against the Bulls, the Timberwolves ensured they would win with a 9-0 run in the overtime period. Their victory against the Hawks was not as close. They outscored the Hawks in the first half, but the game got closer when the Hawks outscored them in the third period. They were able to hang on and win 117-107. Tickets to the game against the Heat remain on sale, with prices starting at $10.
11/4/15 - While the Minnesota Timberwolves have won both of their away matches to start the season off, they didn’t fare as well on their own field. Strangely, they have lost all their home games and won all their away games. Perhaps this is a good thing, because the Timberwolves are hitting the road for back-to-back away matches against the Chicago Bulls and the Atlanta Hawks. These are tough opponents, so they will have to bring everything they have. The Timberwolves will return to Minnesota on November 10th to take on the Charlotte Hornets and the undefeated Golden State Warriors. Be sure to get your ticket today and come show your support.
10/28/15 - The Minnesota Timberwolves eked out a 112-111 win over the Lakers in their season opener that was also the first game they played after losing their long-time coach and team president Flip Saunders to Hodgkin's lymphoma. Prior to the game, there was a moment of silence and the Timberwolves wore a special warm up shirt that said "WE" in honor of Flip. The Lakers also wore special warm up jerseys to honor the coach. The Timberwolves rallied from behind to get ahead 111-102 with two minutes left, and the game came down to the final buzzer in the Timberwolves' favor. They head to Denver to play the Nuggets on the 30th, and tickets are available for prices starting at $31.
10/21/15 - The NBA doesn’t start their regular season play until next week, but the preseason games are well underway. So far, one of the teams that have definitely struggled in the preseason is the Minnesota Timberwolves. They have lost five games in the preseason, their most recent to the Milwaukee Bucks. The first half of the game seemed like it was going well for the Timberwolves when they headed to the locker rooms leading the game 52-50. However, the third quarter brought nothing but shut outs and falters defensively. The Bucks took the lead and ran with it, winning the game 106-88. Don’t miss your chance to see if the Timberwolves can do better in the regular season, starting on November 2 at the Target Center.
10/12/15 - With three losses on the books for the preseason, the Minnesota Timberwolves will be looking to get rid of the kinks in the weeks before the regular season begins. Their first game was against the Thunder, and Gorgui Dieng was the high scorer with 18 points. Tyus Jones helped out with four assists and Nemanja Bjelica had five rebounds. Their next game was against the Bulls, and Jones had a good game with 18 points and nine assists. The high scorer for their third game against the Raptors was Andrew Wiggins with 21 points. They have a chance for revenge against the Raptors when they host them on October 14, and then they head to Memphis to battle the Grizzlies, with tickets available starting at $2.
8/12/15 - The 2014-2015 season was a sad time to be a fan of the Minnesota Timberwolves. The wolf pack had a regrettable year, finishing fifth in the Northwest Division with a humiliating 16-66 record. With the recent release of the official NBA 2015-2016 schedule, will the Timberwolves have what it takes to turn their luck around? Fortunately, they’ll have an easy start to the season albeit on the road. First, they will face the Los Angeles Lakers, who will be getting used to having their star shooting guard Kobe Bryant back. Then, they’ll take on the Denver Nuggets, who finished with an equally unremarkable record last year. Finally, they will play the Portland Trailblazers at home on Monday, November 2. Tickets to the first home game of the season are extremely limited and start at $57.
4/8/15 - With a rich field expected to be available in the NBA Draft this summer, the Minnesota Timberwolves have to be hoping for at least one big win – the No. 1 overall pick in the draft lottery. ESPN’s projections place the T-Wolves with the second highest odds of getting that coveted first pick, behind the N.Y. Knicks.
3/25/15 - It’s gotten so bad for the Minnesota Timberwolves this season, they had to sign a player to a temporary contract based on his location – New York City. The T-Wolves, decimated by injuries, needed a player to suit up – and fast – for their game at Madison Square Garden against the Knicks; Sean Kilpatrick, who was playing for Delaware of the D-League, was able to get to the arena 45 minutes before tip-off to fill that mandatory eighth player spot on the bench.
3/17/15 - The Minnesota Timberwolves will be looking to end their five game losing streak when they play against the Raptors on March 18. Some of the Timberwolves' current problems is simply due to a too-long injured player list, which is also affecting practices and preventing the players from getting adequate rest. For the most recent game against the Nets, the Timberwolves had only eight players who were healthy, and three of their starters were sitting out due to injury, including Kevin Garnett who missed his fifth game in a row. The team's high scorers were Kevin Martin, who had 23 points, and Zack LaVine, who had 20. Adreian Payne brought the Timberwolves ahead of the Nets, but it was short lived. Tickets to the game against the Raptors are still on sell, starting at $38.
3/11/15 - Another viral feel-good story out of Minnesota, this time involving the Timberwolves and a fan. Seems a teenage fan of the former Seattle SuperSonics – who moved to Oklahoma City in 2008 – wrote letters to the other 29 teams in the league, looking for a new team to back; the T-Wolves were the only one of the 29 to respond to him, sending him a letter and an autographed basketball.
3/4/15 - Currently on a three-game losing streak, the Minnesota Timberwolves have lost a game to the L.A. Lakers in the Western Conference standings. The T-wolves are now three games behind the Lakers, nd 33 ½ games in arrears of conference leading Golden State.
2/25/15 - Wins have been few and far between for the Minnesota Timberwolves, who remain one of the league’s bottom-dwelling teams at the moment. But, the T-wolves are just two games behind the L.A. Lakers for the cellar of the Western Conference; as well, the team used last week’s trading deadline to stockpile more draft picks for future use.
2/19/15 - He’s coming back to where it all started for him, nearly 20 years ago. In 1995, the Minnesota Timberwolves took a lanky high schooler named Kevin Garnett with the fifth overall pick. Flash forward to the 2015 trade deadline, and KG is coming back to the T-wolves, after agreeing to drop his no-trade clause in his contract with Brooklyn.
2/4/15 - This season is turning into a nightmare for the Minnesota Timberwolves, who at the moment are the only NBA squad yet to crack the 10-win plateau. The T-Wolves are currently 8-40, five games behind their next nearest Western Conference rival, and have fallen in their last three straight.
1/28/15 - The Minnesota Timberwolves are one of three teams who have yet to break the 10-win plateau so far this season. The T-Wolves are 7-37 at this juncture of the season, which puts them a half game below the East’s two lagging teams, New York and Philadelphia who are both 8-37.
1/21/15 - After snapping a lengthy losing streak against Indiana earlier this month, the Minnesota Timberwolves have dropped two of their last three, all on the road. The T-wolves’ last win came last Saturday at Denver, where they prevailed 113-105 over the Nuggets.
1/14/15 - With their road win Tuesday night over struggling Indiana, the Minnesota Timberwolves broke a 15-game losing streak – a streak only equaled up to that point by New York’s string of futility this season. Still, the T-Wolves are a far cry from where they were at this point last season.
1/7/15 - Buried in the midst of a 12 game losing streak, the Minnesota Timberwolves are a team in need of defensive work. The T-wolves are dead last in the NBA in points allowed per game (108.5), and are also 27th in rebounding (40.9 rebounds per game average).
12/17/14 - Veteran Ronny Turiaf underwent successful hip surgery earlier this week, which means the 10-th year player from Gonzaga will miss the remainder of the season for the Minnesota Timberwolves. This is not the first time Turiaf has been out for the T-Wolves; last season he suffered an elbow injury which limited him to 33 games.
12/10/14 - In a conference where hot teams abound (Golden State, Portland, Memphis, the L.A. Clippers), the Minnesota Timberwolves are as cold as the Minneapolis weather these days. The T-Wolves, at 4-16, have the worst record in the West, and the longest current losing streak (six games), as well as the lowest scoring differential in the conference as well (minus-10.7).
12/3/14 - With just four wins, the Minnesota Timberwolves now have the fewest victories in the Western Conference at this point in the season. While the offense is scoring a relatively healthy 100.8 points per game on average (good for 15th in the league), the league-worst defense (111.2 points per agme allowes per average) is killing the T-Wolves.
11/19/14 - It is becoming clear just what Kevin Love meant to the Minnesota Timberwolves. The T-Wolves are one of two teams with just two wins so far this season, the other being the L.A. Lakers.
11/12/14 - This week, the Minnesota Timberwolves will square off against Houston in the first regular season game in Mexico since 1997. The T-wolves were originally scheduled to play San Antonio last season, but a short circuit in Arena Ciudad de Mexico caused the game to be cancelled.
10/29/14 - After a close loss to the Memphis Grizzlies on opening night, the Minnesota Timberwolves rallied to win against the Detroit Pistons on October 30. The game quickly built up to the Pistons having a 19 point lead by the final period and the Timberwolves steadily and assuredly took back the game after that. This 97-91 victory was due in no small part to the efforts of Thaddeus Young who finished the game with 19 points and five rebounds. Young also broke past the tie of 88-88 late in the game by nailing a three-pointer. Mo Williams then hit a driving layup to push the Timberwolves to a 93-88 lead that let them coast until the finish. Being the biggest scorer on the team in the first two games, Young is proving to be the player to watch this season as the Timberwolves build their wins throughout the season. Tickets are available for upcoming games starting at $56.
8/26/14 - The 2014-2015 Minnesota Timberwolves schedule recently released, and the 82-game slate is lined with must-see matchups. The new-look T-Wolves will get their start on the road, with an Oct. 29 game against the Grizzlies in Memphis, while their home opener will be opposite Detroit on Oct. 30. All eyes will be on the Jan. 31 Timberwolves-Cavaliers game, when LeBron James and Kevin Love make their one and only appearance in Minnesota. Target Center will get some exciting superstar play, with Derrick Rose and the Bulls on Nov. 1, Kobe Bryant and the Lakes on Apr. 10, and fellow former T-wolves player Kevin Garnett visiting with Brooklyn on Mar. 16. Is Andrew Wiggins destined for a Rookie of the Year season? Find out with Minnesota Timberwolves tickets today!
Last year’s campaign looked much like the Minnesota Timberwolves’ previous 9—which isn’t a good thing. For the tenth year in a row, Minny fell short of their preseason aspirations of making the playoffs in the West despite finishing with the league’s third-best points per game production, and playing with the fourth fastest pace. Heading into the 2014 offseason, the Minnesota Timberwolves made the necessary changes to propel them from a good team in their conference, to a great team in the NBA.
Minny kicked off the offseason by hiring Flip Saunders as head coach, highly successful in his former years at Minnesota, and drafted UCLA’s Zach LaVine at No.13 overall. By far, the biggest splash made by the T-Wolves in 2014 setting love free—Kevin Love, that is. The top power forward is officially a Cavalier, linking him up with LeBron James to instantly create a playoff-ready Cleveland team. In return, the Timberwolves are getting No. 1 overall pick Andrew Wiggins and Anthony Bennett from Cleveland, as well as Thaddeus Young from Philadelphia. The Target Center squad is now in an exciting rebuild-mode, with a shining core of young players that will develop into formidable threats in the West. Buy your Minnesota Timberwolves tickets now and see this new-look team for yourself!